Originally Posted by synchro
This is true but only when it was to late....They also worked very hard in the early days to rip us off with fancy packaging and wonderful descriptions on the box.....eight to ten pounds a game. 20 years ago was a lot of cash to find out you bought a load of crap and back then you couldnt just take it back.
Hey, you were not obliged to buy them.
When magazines with reviews began to sell, we could have some hints about the games quality, but before that they were "closed chocolate boxes".
things in life are like that.
Fair? Not fair? All goes and went as it goes/went...
Personally, I never bought a game without having seen it reviewed or showed on a monitor/tv in a game shop etc.